|At the entrance of Casa Garden, a UNESCO World Heritage Site|
|A relaxing feline by the entrance of the building|
|The entrance to Luis de Camoes Garden next door|
But even as I quietly walked up the stairs, it did not flinch and I managed to take a good shot of it. And sitting by the door was a black dog that also didn't seem to care about my appearance. I guess they get along...
|The first Korean priest St Andrew Kim|
Pope John Paul II canonized him in 1984 and a year later this statue was erected, and then repaired and rededicated to Korean Catholics in Hong Kong and Macau in 1997.
|Gorgeous lotus leaves and flowers at the park entrance|
|Checking out a Chinese chess game in progress|
Nevertheless after wandering around here hot and sweaty I decided to take a break though I'd only covered about half of the park. There's still a grotto area where Luis de Camoes lived here in a cave when he was exiled to Macau.
Here he finished his epic poem Os Lusiadas, a fantastical interpretation of the Portuguese voyages of discovery during the 15th and 16th centuries written in the style of Homer.
|A pair of cats hanging out in the park|